• Bruce I. Newman
    January 20, 2016

    "The Marketing Revolution in Politics" presents a strategic blueprint based on advanced technological tools including: Big Data; customer analytics; micro-targeting; and social media that are integrated into a set of seven marketing lessons. The book reports both on political marketing's effective application of standard marketing techniques, and highlights lessons for mid-level managers in a variety of organizations, students of political marketing and interested observers of marketing and politics.

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  • Michael Raleigh
    January 20, 2016

    In post-Vietnam era Chicago, Billy Fox, a young drifter, comes to the city looking for his childhood sweetheart, now fleeing an abusive husband. He soon meets an eccentric private detective named Harry Strummer, who takes Billy under his wing and teaches him about life as well as the detective business.

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  • Kerry Ross
    January 20, 2016

    The Japanese passion for photography is almost cliché, but how did it begin? Japan's enthusiasm for photography emerged alongside a retail and consumer revolution that marketed products that fit into a modern middle-class lifestyle. "Photography for Everyone" looks at the everyday activities that defined the picture-making process, activities not typically understood as photographic in nature.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    December 02, 2015

    In need of some help with your holiday shopping? Look no further than Newsline's 2015 holiday book guide. From Chicago’s food history to the Sisters of Charity to punk music, these DePaul authors are sure to have written something for everyone on your list.

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  • Chris Green
    November 11, 2015

    "I Remember: Chicago Veterans of War" weaves together the memories of 50 veterans of World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. Throughout the book, each veteran speaks in a series of anonymous "I remember" statements labeled by a number rather than a name, a structure that foregrounds the similarities of all wars.

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  • Howard Rosing
    November 04, 2015

    The book is a history of Chicago, told through food, highlighting both famous moments in Chicago's food history and how food intersected and still intersects with the lives of the every-day Chicagoan.

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  • Daniel Makagon
    November 04, 2015

    "Underground" explores the development of regional punk shows in the 1980s that led to a national do-it-yourself touring network starting in the early 1990s. Primarily focusing on house shows and shows at volunteer-run community spaces from the 1990s to the present, "Underground" explains why DIY spaces matter; how punks face challenges within their local areas and that punk didn't end in the 1980s.

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